Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 3, 1950 · Page 8
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Rev. H e w i t t In Post Here Uev. Dale E. Hewitt, minister of the First Presbyterian church, at Pauls Valley, Okla., has accepted a call to become associate pastor at Trinity Presbyterian church. He and his family will arrive here about 'Dec. 1. Rev. Hewitt reached his decision to enter the ministery at a former pastorate of Dr. Glen C. McGee, pastor of Trinity church. He was at that time a member of " ' society at --International ARRIVING AT THE PHILADELPHIA zoo, the little lady seems dissatisfied with her cold water accommodations. Trying to coax the young female hippopotamus into the tank of water are Walter (left) and Frank Palumbo who gave the hippo to the zoo as a mate for Jimmy, a male hippo. ; Urges Passage Of 1st Measure The importance of voters approving the'first measure on the ballot in next Tuesday's general election was emphasized here today by Col. 'M. E. Zetterholm, vice-president of the Bank of Douglas in Tucson. "Unless the voters approve the first measure on the ballot, they may lose the dual banking system By United Press Residents of the northeastern United States and eastern Canada speculated today whether a gigan- like"flash -which lit last "night's he clouds," he said. "I thought sky like day. t was an explosion." Meteor, Jet-Your Choice Dean Takes Stand In Murder Trial jNavy Recruiters · · I 1 * .. TH to be traveling "from east to west." 'he farthest west it was reported vas in' the Michigan area by an Mines pilot landing at Willow tic meteor or a Royal Canadian air Run airport, Detroit. force rocket caused an explosion- Newspapers and radio stations in a 100,000 square mile area extending from New .York to Ottawa, Ont, received thousands of telephone calls from persons who were frightened when a blue-green Col. Zetterholm de- brilliance b l a z e d through the heavens at 7:33 p.m., EST,. as briefly as a photo-flash and faded away in a red afterglow. Astronomers said the illumina tion apparently was an unusually large meteor careening through in Arizona," clared. He then explained . that stockholders in national banks were ex- · empt, by federal law, from double liability for their stock when the Federal" Deposit Insurance Corp.!the earth's atmosphere, was established in 1935. !, But a Colonial Airlines official "The proposed amendment to the ln Syracuse, c r . , lair force had -- --. constitution, referred to the voters j that the glare was caused by an by an almost unanimous vote iniRCAF rocket launched at the Rock" ''legislature, puts state banks on liffe air base, Ottawa. RCAF-offi- -' - - cials categorically d e n i e d the report The Harvard university observatory said the flash was "rare but not,extraordinary mete oric phenomenon" caused by the incandescence of an iron or ston\ mass in atmospheric gasses. Offi cials at the observatory said there Arizona. was no evidence that the meteor Col · Zetterholm s t a t e d that had struck the earth. Astronomers at Toronto, Ont the same footing as national banks operating^in Arizona," he said. "It ·would eliminate double liability on ·itock held in any bank which carries insurance on its deposits." He further pointed out that there are at present seven state banks nnd three national banks in Amendment 100 (Yes) has been officially endorsed by,many chambers of commerce, as welt as the state banking association. He said that unless the existing penalty on ·tate banks is removed, it is entirely possible that stats banks would nationalize to avoid the pen- »lty. This would be-the end of the dual banking system in Arizona, generally regarded as highly desirable, Col. Zetterholm concluded. ,ittle Hope Held For Lost Hunter, 70 Years PRESCOTT, Nov. 3. (IP)--A posse ;ill continue hunting today for J. D. Stewart, 70, missing on a deer mnting trip, but little hope is held hat he is alive. Bloodhounds from the state arisen have joined in the hunt. Stewart was reported missing a veek ago in the rugged Horse ^hief basin area where he was lunting. Stewart is from Buckeye. joses Control OjCar ,· Woman Driver Killed ASH FORK, Nov. 3. (£)--Mrs. Leta. Johnson, 26, Flagstaff, was dlled instantly last night when he lost control of a car on a hill miles east of here on highway 66. She was the daughter of L. E. Cagle of Flagstaff. said they believed the meteor might have landed in Georgian bay, the eastern extension of Lake Huron. Observers in western New York, Michigan -and w e s t e r n Ontario said low flying cloud bank? would have prevented the sight ing cf the meteor in that area. Frank J. De Kinder, direc tor of observation for the Roya Astronomical: Society '-in Montreal Quebec, said the meteor appeared McCORMICK TEA FRYER HUNGRY? TUCSON POULTRY PROCESSORS tNCORPDRMID WISHBONE MEANS QUALITY -- FLAVOR -- PRICE and SATISFACTION for YOUR FAMILY Have a WISHBONE Fryer THIS Weekend Mrs. Housewife ! at Your Butchers 547 E. 24th Street Phone 3-2589 "There was a brilliant flash in the young peoples' Downers Grove, 111. Rev. Hewitt was graduated from North Central college at Naperville, 111., and McCormick Theological seminar}', Chicago. He was ordained to the ministry in 1944 and became pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Seminole, Okia-; He started the church in a school house with a congregation of 30 and inside of three years had built and paid for a new church with a congregation of more than 350. He is moderator of the presbytery of Oklahoma City and chairman of the presbytery committee on Christian education. He is. well known as a director of young peoples summer conferences and -has provided educational leadership m [many churches. Rev. Hewitt's work at Trinity church will include parish organization, pastoral work, educational activities and young peoples'- work. ' He flew here last week to meet with the local congregation and on Wednesday night accepted a unanimous call made upon recommendation of Oakley Norton, chairman of the pastor committee. The Hewitts have two children, Patsy, 5, and David, 2. SAT SUN. SPECIALS PHOENIX, Novl 3. (U.R)--Paul 'V. Trovillo, -Arizona State college at Tempe psychologist and dean of students, again took the stand today for the defense in the Elain Whitney George first degree mur- dc;r trial. N '· Trovillo continued his description of the efficiency and.accuracy of'lie detector tests. He'began his testimony late yesterday. Mrs, George, 37, is 1 accused of shooting Clifford Willett, 36, during a celebration on New Year's eve. Yesterday the defense "called six character witnesses and' a doctor who testified that the wound received by .Willett would have caused complete d e a t h within seven minutes. Other witnesses w e r e Mrs. George's two teenage daughters, Ovell Ann and Whitney Day, who told of the interchanging of cloth who was at the scene of the crime when Willett's brother, Arthur, drove up, testified that Arthur said then the man was killed by "his girl friend's ex-husband." Frost said, that when Arthur Willett saw the body, he straddled it and said, "That's my . brother. His girl friend's · ex-husband killed Atty. Harold Scoville said Mrs. George was · expected 'to take .the stand in-hev own defense tomorrow. New Southern District 40 And 8 Is Rumored BISBEE, Nov. 3. (/P)--Members of 40 and 8 voitures from Bisbee, Douglas and Tucson will meet at Benson tomorrow night. Reports are current the social Accept Fourteen Twelve Tucsonians'arid two men from St. David have been accepted in the U. S. navy,' according to the recruiting office. From Tucson are Frederic A. Ambrose, Robert H. Jones, Gerald R. Bell, Wesley B. Dobias, David Eugefce- Vanover, Charles H. Na gore, Robert Murray Thompson, David Gallagher, ing and personal articles in the, George home. Under questioning by defense attorneys, the girls said gathering may b'e used to form a new southern district of the organization. Fifty members-are expected to attend. flilfzrn Fridiy Evening, Nov. S, 1958 , Miller, 3iey"had~~never seen a gun in the! 3?orty and 8 is the fun making house. (organization of the American Another witness, Frank Frost, ] Legion. ^ · " " ~ ' ~~~ he party was swell -- James Barrels, JoV Perkins · and Albert Vogel Jr. - . . Vernon D. and Dean R. Goodman are the two. men from/ St. David w h o enlisted. . . 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